This painting job was in a large interior space that featured exposed beams plus stonework for a gorgeous, two-story fireplace. It was both modern and rustic.
It was a great room, and the owners wanted a new look. We were asked to paint the trim, walls, and windows to give everything a fresh appearance.
After some careful consideration, we chose Benjamin Moore Paints for the project, and selected paint colors to compliment the natural materials of the home while also reducing some of the bare wood visible in the room.
Two colors were required.
“Swiss Coffee” was the color we chose for the trim and also for the walls. It helps keeps the room warm but bright and clean. It also sets off the stonework of the fireplace nicely without competing visually with it or the wood beams and mantle.
We decided to go bold for some of the architectural lines of the room. “Cheating Hearts” was the color of paint we chose to be used on the window trim and railings. The dark lines help define the window and stair shapes and make them more visually appealing.
When we finished, the room was like new. Another successful Vermont house painting project, and happy homeowners enjoying their refreshed room.